Bruce Weber, an American fashion photographer and filmmaker, is widely acknowledged for introducing more daring images of the male body into the public eye during the 1980s. In the realms of both fashion and fine art, his laid-back yet compelling photographs featuring handsome and athletic American youth played a pivotal role in reshaping the contemporary perception of masculinity.

Weber, known for his distinctive style, expressed, "I don’t really work editorially in a large number of magazines because a lot of magazines don’t want my kind of photographs." His work challenges conventional norms and stands out for its unique aesthetic. Before making a mark in commercial photography, Weber pursued studies at New York University. His career then took off as he engaged in influential campaigns for renowned brands such as Calvin Klein, Abercrombie & Fitch, Versace, and Ralph Lauren.